Hypnotherapy can help with the following*:
- Anxiety and Stress
- Career transition
- Communication skills
- Exams including driving tests
- Memory enhancement
- Performance enhancement
- Presentations, public speaking and stage fright
- Nail biting
- Sexual problems
- Smoking cessation
- Weight control
- Self esteem
- Learn self hypnosis
Many problems, whether emotional, psychological or psychosomatic are the surface effect of an underlying cause. By accessing the root of the problem, a therapist can help bring change to the way you feel, think and behave. Hypnotherapy opens the unconscious mind to beneficial suggestions facilitating positive change*.
Whilst the hypnotherapy experience is different for every person, a hypnotic trance is a safe and relaxing journey, where the client always remains in control.
What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a way of utilising the unconscious mind to facilitate change in patterns of thinking and behaviour. In an altered or dream like state the mind is relaxed. The unconscious mind becomes more available. No drugs are involved.
Hypnosis is safe. A person experiences this pleasant and relaxing state of being. Some People go deep into this experience. Others are not as deep. Either way each person benefits from being in a hypnotic trance*.
In this dream like state the possibility of change becomes more available.
Hypnosis has existed since the 18th Century- its original founder is usually accepted as Franz Anton Mesmer.
Modern Hypnosis was developed by James Braid who found that people could go into a kind of trance by the use of eye fixation on an object such as a watch or even on a spot on the ceiling.
Hypnosis was initially used in the work of Sigmund Freud and is now widely accepted by both the medical profession dentists and the general public.
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